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Ear Gear – Hearing Instrument Armor

By Ear Gear Subscribe to RSS | December 13th 2011 | Views:
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Ear Gear, which has sold well over 100,000 units in the last 6 years to hearing impaired individuals worldwide, is a well known product for children and adults. It is designed to prevent hearing aids, FM's Cochlear Processors, and Baha's, from getting lost and to protect them from dirt, sweat, rain, and chafing.

Keeping Hearing Instruments Secure and Protected

Children hearing aids are a little smaller than adult models but most children still find them difficult to wear, especially in the case of infants, toddlers, and children with developmental delays. Children are notorious for taking their hearing instruments off, especially when they get their first pair. There is an adjustment period, during which children become accustomed to a new "audio" environment. Ear Gear encases their hearing aid. If your children's hearing instruments fall off, or if they take them off, Ear Gear with cord and clip ensures that your children's hearing instruments are securely attached to their clothing and are easy to find. Ear Gear without cord or clip will protect them from the elements. Hearing aids can cause chaffing. Ear Gear is made from a soft spandex material that makes hearing instruments more comfortable to wear.

Fashion Accessories

Traditionally, hearing instruments were a flesh tone, and designed to be as unobtrusive as possible; however, today, hearing instruments, like glasses, are becoming a fashion accessory. Hearing instruments come in a selection of colored outer cases, and you can attach brightly colored ear molds. Ear Gear comes in a range of stylish patterns and colors that allow self-expression.

Active Lifestyle

Hearing instruments with an FM attachment are not designed for active lifestyles. Most children only wear their FM unit in the classroom. Many parents remove their children's hearing instruments when they are involved in active play such as running, jumping, hiking or a favorite sport like soccer, baseball or hockey. Ear Gear keeps hearing instruments in place and protects them from sweat, rain, and dirt. All Ear Gear models are water resistant and allow children to participate more easily in all these activities.

Ear Gear Original

Ear Gear Original, fits hearing instruments from 1.25 to 2 inches. Ear Gear Original is available with a cord and clip if loss of the hearing instruments is a major concern; and it available without a cord and clip for those users who mainly need protection from dirt, rain, sweat, or chafing. It is also available in and mono and eyeglass models.

Ear Gear FM

Ear Gear FM is a variation of Ear Gear Original. Ear Gear FM is an inch longer than the original Ear Gear. Ear Gear FM fits hearing aids from 2 to 3 inches and will also accommodate a hearing aid with an FM boot. Ear Gear FM helps to keep FM units securely attached to children's hearing aids. Ear Gear FM also significantly improves the appearance of the hearing aid FM combination. Ear Gear FM is available with cord and clip and without.and It is also available in mono and eyeglass models.

Ear Gear Micro, Mini Curved and Mini Square are specially designed to fit the new smaller open fit hearing aids up to 1.25 inches in length, and comes in three styles Micro, Curved and Square .The Micro fits the very smallest of hearing aids ones that are 1" or less. The Ear Gear Mini Curved fits most hearing aids between 1" and 1.25", however in sometimes it is difficult to detach the earmold from the hearing instrument. In cases like that when it is necessary to leave the hearing instrument in one piece, the larger opening on the top of the Ear Gear Mini Square allows you to slide the sleeve over the hearing instrument. The Micro Mini Square and Mini Curved ares available in binaural models with cord and clip, cordless, mono and eyeglass models.

Ear Gear Cochlear

The use of Cochlear Implant ear-level BTE processors has increased dramatically in the past few years, for both children and adults. Due to the large size of the processor, there can be issues of loss and irritation to the ear for the Cochlear Implant user. Ear Gear Cochlear was designed to fit various models of processors from 2 to 3 inches from both manufacturers Cochlear Americas and Advanced Bionics. It is available in models with cord, as well as cordless and mono and eyeglass models.

Ear Gear Baha was designed to fits most Baha type processors, is available in corded and cordless mono models

Ear Gear ITE- is the exception to our array of products. It is not a spandex sleeve, but has a clasp which can attach to ITE hearing aids which have been fitted with a clothing loop. This product will provides security for ITE style hearing aids. It is available in binaural corded models only.

Ear Gear - About Author:
Child & Adult Hearing Aid Safety Product designed to Cover, Protect and Prevent Hearing Aid Loss! Ear Gear is an innovative new product for hearing aids that sets the standard in hearing aid security and protection. Ear Gear is being worn by hearing impaired people of all ages including infants, children, teens, and adults.http://www.gearforears.com

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